The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

Showing posts with label indictment. Show all posts
Showing posts with label indictment. Show all posts

Sunday, July 10, 2016

FBI chief James Comey learned nothing about honesty during his time at a hedge fund

One day after FBI Director James Comey stunned the public by announcing that although Democratic Presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton egregiously broke at least six Federal statutes in the handling of classified material, no charges would be brought against her due her perceived intent in the mishandling of classified documents, the former Assistant District Attorney is headed to Congress to face the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to answer as to why he failed to bring about an indictment recommendation despite the evidence he presented.
And among all this, what is perhaps most ironic is that Director Comey at one time worked for three years at a unique hedge fund, which prided itself on absolute truth, honesty, and transparency.
laws are for little people
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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Calling Glen Beck: Did everyone see Goldline was a fraud except you in your promotions?

Numerous reviews of Goldline by consumers showed the company that used media mogul Glen Beck as their primary sponser was indicted today with 19 criminal counts.

A California-based precious metals seller Goldline International, promoted by pseudo-conservative talk radio hosts like Glenn Beck, was charged with 19 criminal counts on Tuesday by Santa Monica’s City Attorney’s Office.
Goldline was reportedly using aggressive telemarketing tactics employing highly questionable methods to pressure customers into buying overpriced coins as early as 2010 as revealed in a Mother Jones investigative report.
The report revealed that Goldline was pressuring customers into buying marked up coins on a regular basis which were so wildly overpriced that customers would likely never make their money back. - End the Lie

There are plenty of reputable gold, silver, and metals dealers out there, and buying something based on the endorsement of a celebrity (George Foreman excluded), doesn't always mean your interests will be looked out for.